Outdoor Plumbing: Why Coiling Your Garden Hose is Important The world is made up of two types of people: those who wrap their garden hose and those who don’t! If you’ve been tangling up your garden hose and tossing it into the garage, it’s time to break the habit. Not only are you possibly damaging… Read more »
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Luckily, professional plumbers offer one of the most effective methods of clearing clogged drains: hydro jetting. In this article, you will learn what hydro jetting is and why it is the best choice for busting through stubborn clogs.
DIY home repair can risk the safety of your home. The best way to fix things around the home, including water leaks, is to skip the DIY fantasy and hire a trained professional instead.
Like with all things in life, just because it is easiest does not mean it is the best choice. The nearest plumber is not necessarily the best plumber in terms of service, insurance, or experience.
It is not uncommon for homeowners to wish for a toilet that will never clog. It is a wish that is shared by many. The great news is it can happen and here is how.
Many people resort to quick, cheap and convenient solutions to their drain problems. However, this does not always mean the best quality product or outcome especially when cleaning drains.
Nothing is worse than a foul-smelling washing machine. If your washing machine smells bad, do not despair - you are not the only one. This is a very common problem.
Halloween is one of the most fun holidays of the year. It’s also the only day where people can dress up and be whoever they want to be, and believe it or not, plumbing costumes are all the rage!
Choosing the Right Piping Material for Your Home You just bought an old house, nice on the outside, sketchy on the inside. The pipes, they need replacing. They’re made of galvanized steel which is rusty and outdated. For the repiping, now you’re thinking… copper or plastic? We’re here to tell you… there is no right… Read more »
Keep Your Lemonade Tasty With Better Quality Water It’s likely that everyone has seen a road-side lemonade stand at least once in their life. Young entrepreneurs sit patiently behind their booth with pitchers of ice-cold lemonade and solo cups waiting for customers to stop by. Long, hot days with no school and no homework require… Read more »
Tips To Take Care of Your Outdoor Fixtures This Summer We’d like to believe that summer is going to mean a lot of fun times with our families and warm summer weather. But for many people, they find that they’re running into problems such as heavy rains, droughts, bugs, bees, mosquitos and a lot of… Read more »
Is it Really a Shower Without a Water Heater? Are you someone who loves getting into a nice, cold bath? Or perhaps a frigid shower is more your speed? We will take a wild guess and say this is not your preference when it comes to bathing. In fact, most people living in the United… Read more »
Don’t Get Fooled By Your Plumbing Issues Chances are, you know how that famous phrase ends. However, there is also a good chance that someone was able to get you with an April Fools’ Day prank. Whether it was a classic prank or something particularly creative (feel free to share in the comments), there is… Read more »
Make Hard Water “Bite the Dust” With a Water Softener Springtime is a great time of year. It’s warmer and the sun is out more. The winter’s finally over and the cold weather is moving out. Now is the time to open up the windows and air out the house. Unfortunately, a lot of dust… Read more »
Why You Should Love Your Plumber on Valentine’s Day Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and romance is in the air. You may already be planning a special dinner or a romantic getaway. Or maybe you’ve decided that this Valentine’s Day marks the moment you want to take your relationship to the next level and ask… Read more »
Diagnosing a Leaking Toilet Do you regularly hear your toilet refilling even when you’re not using it? While some homeowners may think these are normal plumbing sounds, it’s never a good thing for your toilet to be running when not in use. While it could be a minor issue in most cases, sometimes it could… Read more »
Insurance, Water Damage, & Your Responsibility You know what is a real pain in the neck? Homeowner’s insurance agents after you’ve dealt with major water damage. They want to know the answers to stupid questions like, ‘how long did you know about the problem’ and if anything was done to fix it. We knew something… Read more »